We don't want to write about us with the writer's logic.
We want to write about us with emotion.
Without rules, without looks from the outside, without formal judgements, without expectations.
We want our words to be like a shower, an immersion letting go anything that isn't needed but to caress the soul, a cleaning emotional flow bringing out the truth, simple, untouched.
We wish only little droplets to be caught on our readers, changing their tissues and making their hearts permeable, leaving a nice scent.
We want words to be ethereal, warm, fluent, generous, clean.
Authentic, like water.
We want to make everything available.
Our silences, waves, words, dreams that have guided and supported us.
Poems, our own and those we acknowledge.
Somersaults and jumps, setbacks, ghosts, leaps.
Hugs, rest, joy, enthusiasm and laughter.
Mutual understanding. Intimacy. Bond. Life.
We want to write about how we live each other, in the only possible way when we touch the truth of what we are, with love.
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About the Author
Starting from solid psychodynamic foundations, she felt more and more deeply the importance of a relational and body approach to read the emotional and psychological processes, found in some elements of Gestalt Psychotherapy, that she's specialized in.
This need to integrate different theoretical approaches has turned into a clinical practice combining individual, group, couples and family psycotherapies, with experiential workshops applied to different frameworks such as, among others, training, non-violence, parenthood and overcoming genre stereotypes.
Daniela D'Uva has a degree in Semiotics and she is specialized in Communication. She has been teaching for many years in several training courses where she developed her passion and skills for the relational and group dynamics.
A few years ago her body suddenly told her that love was the only thing really counting in her life. Therefore, following bravely (and with great effort) that emotion, she started a path of personal, relational and spiritual growth, through psychology, yoga, bioenergetics, laughter yoga and regular meditation.
Moving between the wide dimension of communication and the subtle dimension of awareness she recognized within herself her inclination to honesty at any rate and her choice of total consistency between what you promote and what you actually live in your own relations